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The Aam Admi Party expelling its dissident leaders, the Supreme Court backing the national green tribunal ban on old vehicles and Rahul Gandhi making a comeback in Parliament after an unexplained absence of 56 days are some main stories carried by papers today.
"Rahul leads charge on " Suit boot ki sarkar", writes the Hindustan Times while the Hindu headlines "Opposition rallies around Rahul but government in no mood to relent."
"Stocks on the slide", says the Economic Times writing " Dalal street loses grip as a Mountain of worries looms- concern over dip in corporate earnings, Chinese trading curbs and tax on foreign funds".
In good news for fiscal discipline, the Indian Express writes that the next time you delay that phone or electricity bill payment, there is a chance it could end up denting your over all credit worthiness. The paper reports that the RBI has backed a proposal by the Credit Information Bureau (India) Limited to utilise people's bill payment history to help banks assess their credit worthiness.
"Liquid biopsy" being tested in US may be a boon for cancer patients " says the Times of India. The paper reports that in a potentially transformative innovation, a simple blood draw in place of the cutting out of a patients tumour will enable oncologists to figure out if a treatment for cancer patients is working or not.
The Hindu writes that the May 3rd deadline set by the Centre for mobile number portability is likely to be breached and consumers may have to wait till July for this facility.
"Cricketer dies after freak mishap", says the Asian Age writing that Ankit Keshri, a promising Bengal batsman, succumbed to his injuries yesterday three days after suffering a freakish on-field collision with another player during the Cricket Association of Bengal's senior one-day knockout match.
And finally in relieving news for taxpayers, the Times of India writes, "After out cry, review of Income Tax form begins", The paper says that the finance Ministry has formally launched an exercise to make the 14 page income tax return form more taxpayer friendly.